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So how y'all doing? My name's Cassidy and the gentleman you see in my picture is Sam. I like cats and music a lot and oh I play the ukulele, piano, and other shtuff. Have a nice day :)

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Flash of news

Okay, so, right now I'm blogging off of the computer in the children's room at the library where CHILL is held. In class today, our teacher let us eat lunch before class (WA-HO!) and then let us out early, so I was bored and asked mom if I can come down here. It's one of those computer keyboards where it's covered in plastic and sounds funny.

Alright then, back to my anagram. No one answered it, so I'll tell you. THEN UNREAD was the puzzle. The correct answer was UNDERNEATH! And if you look underneath, you will find a message from yours truly. ME. You don't fail if you couldn't get it, it took me a while to do it too. (Well, of course, I figured it out before I asked you! duh)

Since we're done with that one, who can answer this riddle? A man rides into town on Tuesday. He stays for one night then leaves on Friday. How did he do it?

Whoever answers correctly gets a special prize! What? You'll find out if you're right!

In class today, the boys drunk Sam's salad dressing right out of the bottle. ICK! It was gross. A little later, everyone started dancing. Then, JP sent a voicemail to our teacher DURING the class. He does it EVERY STINKIN' WEEK! Come on, dude, SOOOOO immature!

Who saw Better With You last night? I did. It's okay, and one of the characters is Casey. It's literally what he'll be like when he grows up. :D

Okay, gotta go now. Bye everyone! Cassidy out.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

If you guys want a super post...

You know you have one day left. Remember, all I'm asking for is three more followers, I don't care who. Okay, well, this brief newsflash is over.

Okay, so, the other day, I asked if anyone could give me the anagram for THEN UNREAD, which is a bit tricky. There's one that I thought I might get; THE DEAR NUN, but I didn't, and it's not even the answer. I'll give you guys a hint, and let's see if you can figure it out: below is so, and so is the know. If that made it any clearer, you should be able to figure it out easily.

Tomorrow is CHILL again. I wonder if I'll have to take new classes. Every four weeks is a new term. I wonder if I'll pick the older kid's group, or the younger kid's group this time...hmmmmmmmmm.

Now, for my not-so-famed random facts *_*

The word for jeans in Spanish is still spelled jeans! I learned this from the Spanish we're doing in school. Also, mesa is table and bebe is baby. I love saying bebe. BEBE! (pronounced beh-beh)

Bing searching is more efficient then Google searching. I learned this, because we do Bing more often the Google. When I need to look something up, I go on the laptop because I get better links. It's like those commercials. (For those of you out of the country, Bing and Google are online searches)

There IS a difference between llamas and alpacas! THERE IS A DISTINCTION!

Mighty mouse couldn't beat up Superman. Only those of you who've seen the move stand by me would get that joke. I haven't finished it yet, with those Netflix movies, they take too long to load on the Wii. 'Kay, later guys.

Monday, September 27, 2010

Hey, haven't seen one of these things in a while!

Yo, guys, I got an award from the nice, funny, awesome Loulou! It's called the substance award, I think. Well, it doesn't have a picture, but here we go!

1: THNX a bunch, Loulou! You rock and your comments are fun to see. Love your blog, and thanks for reminding me, I would never have gotten to it! <3 <3

2: Sum up your blogging philosophy, some other big words, and stuff in five words: This blog is my life.

3: Give this award to bloggers I think have the potential in them. I award Kristen, Mizz Ali, Tiff, and Katie. You guys r-o-c-k, rock.

You know, it's funny. A few years ago, the people I considered my friends all lived down the street or in the next town over. Now, I've got people from all over! Isn't that so cool? I live somewhere in the USA, but as of where I'm not allowed to say. Parents think I'll be tracked down or something. Whatev!

Okay, now for two brief random facts:

Be SILENT and LISTEN, for just as a FUNERAL can be REAL FUN, to read my story, just look THEN UNREAD. Notice something about the caps words? They're all anagrams! That means that they have the same letters, just in a different order. If you can mix up the words to give me what THEN UNREAD can stand for, you'll win, uh, a prize!

Pickles are cucumbers dipped in brine. Yuck, I hate pickles!

I got a joke on a previous comment. How come your feet always smell and your nose always runs? Ha, this isn't a bad joke! Hey, it's right, how come? Confusing! Okay, later guys.

Sunday, September 26, 2010


Today's Sunday. Like typically, I went to church. It was another Tom week. Tom and Jeanie alternate. When Jeanie teaches, she usually does the lesson, lets us out, every thing's fine. When Tom teaches, he rambles on and switches from topic to topic and keeps us so late, people start poking their heads in the window to see when we're getting out.

Tom said that if we didn't shut our clamholes, he'd keep us late. We shut up.

Ten minutes late.

No football game today because most of the people went to Ozzy's grandmother's funeral. So since I really, heh, never knew Ozzy's grandmother, I stayed at my aunt's house. Me and Sheesh played dance dance revolution, and me, Sheesh, and Jeremy (in turns) played guitar hero. Beat Sheesh once. Beat the heck out of Jeremy once, but he got me the next time. Our scores were pretty even.

I'm pretty bad at guitar hero, considering my dad's an awesome guitar player. However, I am good at tackling people and retrieving potato chips. Which is what I did to Jeremy after guitar hero. Unfortunately, my aunt told us to knock it off and I ended up losing the chips.

And now, for some random facts. I got some from the people at church today.

Ozzy said you can get in trouble for slapping a police officer. Well, I don't know if it's true, but you might as well take advise about getting in trouble from him. He's an expert.

Yuri compared Zach to Justin Beiber, and turns out we like Zach best. Scary thought. I'm gonna have to backspace that. Oh, never mind. Just forgot you read it.

Here are some of my own.

Miley Cyrus's real name was Destiny. Her nickname was smiley, which was apparently shortened to Miley. She changed her name to Miley Cyrus, for reasons unknown to me.

The preservative tbhq is found in every flavor of Goldfish crackers except Parmesan cheese. Oops, gotta go. Japanamation on TV calls. Later.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Since I have nothing better to do... I'll post off the Wii

Yup, i am posting off the Wii for the second time. It's a whole lot harder to do it this way. Still, I think I can manage some random facts.

Abraham Lincoln died on my sister Corrina's birthday.

I finally beat the game Rabbids go Home. YAHOO!

Russian olive berries aren't really olives. They're simple sour, addicting, red berries that grow on a bush.

Now, two of my followers gave me suggestions.

Loulou said you can't sneeze with your eyes open. Well, I already knew that, but it's none-the-less a random fact.

Tiff said it takes 517,578 dollar bills to cover a football feild. WOW! Who would bother covering a football field with money when you could spend it?

I am baffled.

Okay, I gotta go now. PEACE!

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Cassidy's random facts

Okay, so, today, I went to the Big E with mom and Corrina. It was pretty fun, except for the fact that I was really exhausted and it took me half an hour to eat lunch! We saw some cute animals, and I got to eat some very yummy maple candy! I love maple candy.

Somehow, my editor got updated, and now it's all like when you're writing those pages. Weird, huh?

I guess that contest didn't work out, heh. If you didn't know what was happening, I was doing this thing where if you guys could get me forty followers by the end of the month, I'd do a super post. But now, I realize that that's not much of a possibility. Oh well, look at the bright side. At least I won't have to work harder then 0.5 percent to make these blog posts!

Happy first day of fall!

And now, for some random facts.

Do you like muffins? What's your favorite kind? I happen to like chocolate chips. How do you know when muffins are ready? Do you smell 'um? Do you sniff 'um? You know, muffins spelled backwards is sniffum.

The average number of toes on a person's foot is five. The average number of fingers on a hand is four. How? Well, you have four fingers.

And a thumb.

Did you know that cars are the leading industry in the world? Well, they are. You know that now.

The tallest man is Japanese.

Does anyone else have any random facts? I'd love to hear them. Post them via comment, and I can use them! Bye.


Tuesday, September 21, 2010

A Tim Burton review

Okay, so, I just finished watching today Tim Burton's Edward Scissor hands. Okay, so what if it's PG-13??? There was only one scene I had to skip, 'kay?

Well, cool beginning, wonderful special effects. I love Tim Burton, as you all must know by now. So I was excited about this one. Started it, it's awesome, loved the scissors and stuff. Wouldn't it be cool to have scissors for hands? Still, I guess it'd be hard to eat like that...

The movie's about this inventor, he made a man, gave him everything, heart, insides, brain, everything but hands. This Avon lady comes in to the inventor's mansion. The inventor had died, and hadn't given the man hands.

I don't see why, but he had scissors for hands. That was Edward.

So, he comes and lives with Peg, the Avon lady, and cuts people's hair, trims their dogs, does their hedges. He makes ice sculptures, too. But his scissors can pick locks, and Peg's daughter Kim's boyfriend takes advantage of him and tries to break in and steal from his father.

So he gets in trouble with the police, falls in love with Kim, and runs away to go back to the mansion. But Kim's boyfriend follows him and tries to kill him! I'll spare the details, but her boyfriend ends up dead, through a window. Kim lies and says Edward was killed too, but she knew it was wrong.

I loved most of the movie except the end. In the end, she goes back home and he just stays up there, all alone. I don't like the ending AT ALL.

9 out of 10. I would give it a common sense rating of about 12 and up. There's one scene...no more detail.

Thank you. Don't forget to eat cotton and bake bacon. Make sure coffee doesn't cough and diets don't die, but be sure to dine on dinner and drop rocks on rock stars.


Monday, September 20, 2010


Well, I meant to post yesterday, but I really have to start at the beginning. Let's start in the morning, when I woke up at five o'clock, stayed in bed until six, took a walk, and then went to church.

In church today, Jeanie asked us a bunch of questions. They were like "circle one: I like/don't like to be hugged," and, "one of my biggest fears in life is______________" and stuff like that. It was pretty good. But after church, we went apple picking with some people from church.

Well, of course, me being Cassidy, I climbed right up in a tree to eat my lunch. Then, Yuri and Mackenzie and Aidan and Casey and Tom (who's an adult, I might add) got up too, and it was getting too crowded up there. So, dad took a bunch of us kids over to THE PLAYGROUND to play on the ole wheel of death, known for killing children and giving mothers heart attacks.

When my dad spins the wheel of death, watch out on the sidelines. Kids go flying off in every direction, and it was AWESOME! Yuri took, like, four nasty spills and Zach had the best one I've seen. He hung on to the bar for, like, four seconds before he went off! It deserves a *_* STAR SMILEY! Then, actually, we went apple picking.

We got plenty of apples. BUT, this post doesn't stop there. After the apple orchard, guess what? We got to go to the four o'clock Patriots game! At which my cousin Hunter got into the picture. He rode up on Uncle John's motorcycle. Talk about a grand entrance.

Okay, so, I hung out at the football game with Zach, Ozzy, Sheesh, the boys, you know that stuff. I had a mini-size candy bar (courtesy of Zach) and mom made me eat the veggies out of a chicken pot pie. But then, I realized, we were really close to church. I hopped in Polly's car.


The car ride was pretty boring, just Miss Polly, Steph, and Summer talking about things. We got there, played this game where we had to guess slogans of companies. Then we did worship, and altar time, and a lesson, and then we were dismissed. Not that long, but still, I can say "Cassidy has gone to youth."

It was a busy day. That's why I didn't blog. Okay, well, I have to go. Have fun and leave awesome comments! PEACE!


Saturday, September 18, 2010

Ugh, I'm pathetic. Who can't eat SOUP?

Okay. Before I blog about this, I want to make it very clear that I don't like quite a lot of foods. I don't like vegetables, soups, salads, pork chops, pot roast, bratwurst, Kix cereal, corn chex, meatloaf, Ramon noodles, BBQ chicken, ribs, steak, anything with sauce............................

You get the picture.

But tonight my mom made butternut squash soup.

My mom is a TERRIFIC cook. She makes lots of good stuff (plenty of which I don't like, but...) like her home made mac' 'n' cheese, and baked chicken. Also, today, she made some delicious home made granola bars, YUM! They've got big chocolate chips that are all melty. Talk about good food!

But tonight my mom made butternut squash soup.

It was a nice dinner, we had soup, home made bread (very good, I must add) and we all sat down to eat, but MY MOM MADE BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP! Don't you people get the picture? Anyways, Mom only makes it once in a while.

The boys don't always eat their veggies fast, so mom sets a timer, and if they aren't done eating on time, they get sent to their room for the rest of the night.

I was six minutes away from being sent to my room.

I drank the rest of the soup.


I am pathetic. WHO CAN'T EAT A COFFEE CUP (we didn't have many clean bowls) FULL OF STINKIN' SOUP? Mom, if you're reading this, I'm sorry I have odd taste buds. Your cooking is wonderful. I just don't appreciate it as much as I should. Blame my mouth for that.

Recycle, eat a bar of soap, jug a mug of syrup, jump out a train, and play magic tricks for your grandfather.

Thank you


Friday, September 17, 2010

Gather round, it's an award!

Okay, well, today, I thought of a new award we can do because I didn't have enough time to make a Blog of the Month. So I created something that will have to substitute for a BOTM. Well, here it is! (Shown below:)

There it is. I tried to get it somewhere on the page, buuuuuuuuuuuuut it wouldn't fit and it's not even a proper award. But, here are the rules I just made up.

1: List 3 things that you'd invent if you had your own world.
2: Name what your world would be called.
3: Nominate five bloggers

I'd invent a time machine, I'd invent the greatest chocolate cream pie EVER, and I'd invent something that does the dishes so you don't have to. (This could come in handy to teenagers and adults everywhere)

My world would be called Casstopia. Because that's a totally awesome name.

I nominate: Katie, Kristen, Mizz Ali, Loulou, and Corrina for this award.

Okay, so far nothing on the super post hunt. Oh well, we have quite a bit of time left! We'll see what we can do before then. And I'd like to announce that PINK IS THE COLOR OF EVIL!

Thank you for your time.


Thursday, September 16, 2010

Another visit to the principal's office...

And no, I'm not in trouble. (Today, anyways) Aidan got sent to the office today AGAIN. Next time, he gets SUSPENDED for a day or something. Groovy. I'd probably get sent to the office now if I were in public school (for those of you who don't know, I'm home schooled) for talking too much, or maybe for beating up boys. Either one.

Anyways, Lily's over our house today. She's staying for dinner, then leaving. First, we tried to find a costume for Corrina (I'm being Cinderella, the BEFORE the ball, duh, I'm not gonna be a princess! Ew) but that proved unsuccessful. Then we went outside for a while and we all laughed at some stupid stuff. Now they're upstairs doing something while I took the time to blog.

Casey and dad are out somewhere, and mom's on the laptop, upstairs. Today we had CHILL, which was okay. In lateral thinking (there's that word again) four teenage boys and an eleven-year-old kid acted out a question. Pretty ridiculous, if you ask me. Boys are so weird.

Anyways, so far no good with my follower outreach. Alright, I know it's already been one day, but I didn't get a whole lot of responses. If you'd like to help us host a super post, get me AT LEAST forty followers by the end of the month. If not, it's your loss, not mine. I'd just love some more people to share the love with! Awwww.

I'm wearing a fuzzy blue hat today. FUZZY. I love FUZZY hats. F-u-z-z-y. Okay, gotta go, adios. Peace, ciao, aloha, goodbye, see ya, stay good, stay strong, and never stop loving watermelons.

I love ending posts with something random.


Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Contest! Everybody! Contest!

Okay, as of today, we're having our first blog contest here at WOC headquarters! Do you guys want to see some cool stuff? Want to enjoy yourselves and laugh 'till you wet your pants? DO YOU WANT A MEATBALL????!?!?

If you answered YES! HECK YEAH! to any of the preceding statements, YOU that's right YOU could help us achieve a goal and in return, I will give you people a SUPER POST! It's so easy! And here's how!

1: Invite all your friends, friend's friends, aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces, daughters, brothers, followers, sisters, ANYONE who has a blogger account to come check out this site!

2: Ask them to follow. Make a blog post, text them, call them, fax them, shout really loudly, I DON'T CARE! Just in some way or another, get 'em here!

3: The rest is up to me! If we touch 40 followers by the end of September, I will give you all a totally awesome post! Videos, photos, talk, text, quotes and of course, my own randomness!

It's SO easy! It's like 123 and all you guys have to do is invite your friends. And YOU can't win unless YOU tell YOUR friends by September 30Th!

Yours true-and-hopefully,


Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Blue gum and TV commercials

Right now, I'm chewing blue bubble gum. Casey got it from somewhere, and there was one piece left, and I'm chewing it. It's one of those gum-roll things. They make the best bubbles. However, they do turn your mouth blue, which has a slight disadvantage.

Okay, so, if you live in America, you've probably seen the TV commercial where the people are going to work, but it's all amusement park themed. Omigosh, when I get older, I want to go to work in a place like that! That would be so much fun! And you know, there's this awesome song that goes to it. I don't know the name, but it goes a little like this:

Every day, it's a-gettin' closer,
Going faster the a roller coaster,
Love like yours will
Surely come my way,
Hey, a-hey hey

Every day, it's a-gettin' faster,
And so on. It's a nice tune, though. Okay, this post is officially about nothing, but I couldn't find anything better to talk about.

OH! For those of you who've been following this blog a LONG time, you might remember that I positively h-a-t-e winter coats! Well, mom announced I needed a new one and we went to Savers (a used clothing store) to try and find one, among other things.

I tried on a bunch. Puffy ones, red ones, brown ones, blue ones, leather ones, black ones, long ones, short ones. I found one that I l-o-v-e, a long light brown trench coat that is AWESOME to the touch! It was pretty much down to my ankles, but it was so awesome! It deserves one of these: *_* STAR SMILEY! Anyways, mom thought it was not warm enough, so I couldn't get it.

I finally ended up getting a medium-length black woolly coat with buttons. The shoulders are a little odd, but I look like Paul McCartney.Of course, a true Cassidy-themed coat would be either very long or something with peace-signs, but there was none like that.

Actually, I don't mind the black one, it just makes me look a little fancier. Now I have to save up thirteen dollars to buy that long coat! I hope I can do it!

Yours true-and-coatly,


Monday, September 13, 2010

A name game

I heard about this from a book once, and I thought it might make an interesting post. It's this game where you take the letters of your name (or your dog's name, or your cat's name, or your squirrel's name, any name you like) and write out words that start with them. For example, I will now do my little brother Casey's name.

Amazingly loud
Extremely cute

Okay, so maybe Ybooger isn't a word. But I couldn't think of something! In case you didn't get that, here is veal cutlet done:

Very vealy
Exceptionally vealy
Achingly vealy
Lightly vealy

Creatively vealy
Undeniably vealy
Terrifically vealy
Let's say it tastes like veal
Except the fact I've never had a veal cutlet, they're very good. Very vealy
Thank you for tasting vealy

Yes, that did not work out as well as I'd hoped. Okay, now I'll do my friend Katie's name.

Kawesome (not a word, but I couldn't think of a K word!)
Extra-cool blog

K is a hard letter to do, okay? And for good measure, I'll do one of my reader's names.

Kool (sorry for any misspellings. IT'S THE LETTER K AGAIN!)
Really awesome blog
Is a really good artist (I've seen something of hers on her blog once)
Super-awesome blog
Thinks about things
Esparagus (sorry. It just came out)
Nuts (sorry. I'm hungry.)

Anyone want to do me? (Or anyone else you can think of!) Go ahead! Do it on your own blog or comment it to me! Rock on, guys, and never stop shampooing ducks, eating butter, bathing in cranberry juice, or loving llamas.

Yours true-and-I-should-stop-saying-thing-because-it's-getting-oldly,


Sunday, September 12, 2010

Heyllo from footeball game

Okay, so the game hasn't officially started yet but I desperately needed to blog! As our van serves as an all-church bus during football season, we gave Sheesh and Liam a ride. It turned into a chicken fight with some frozen chicken wings that we shall eat later for lunch.

Church was okay. Middle school group went a little long. And, uh, someone just showed up! It seems to be some people here to watch the game. Corrina and Aidan are watching iCarly on Uncle Harry's big TV. Ugh, my arm itches. I scratched in in class today. I think it was on the foosball table. Or the soda boxes or something.

I'm being very random. I'm just bored until some other people get here. We're not allowed to go upstairs for football games, because someone (Anthony) was making out with a lot of someones (The youth girls) upstairs in the spare room. And NOW since my aunt and uncle found out about that, all the kids and youth are banished from the upper level.

I shouldn't be blamed for something Pizza boy and Summer were doing. It's unfair. Oh, gotta go. Kaylyn showed up. PEACE

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Cassidy's obsessions

Well HELLO there people who are very fortunate to be reading this blog! As you can see, we got a large blog adjustment and I changed the background to something cooler. Black is very boring. Sorry, Pastor Mike, the picture of the galaxy didn't look very good with this one.

Even so, I think it looks good now. I was going to go with the tye-dye one, but Katie (my friend from another blog and bff in general) already took it. ERK! Blah hah on you, Katie. Just kiddin', you rock and your new blog picture is really cool!

Um, I'll be back in a second, but in the meantime, please enjoy this photo my father took of some alpacas at the Spencer fair.
Sorry about that. My sister's got a DVD of iCarly from Netflix, and it's funny. Guess what my favorite episode is? iMeet Fred. Yeah, now my dad loves Fred. I told him that there are more videos on YouTube, which I THINK ROCKS. Okey-dokey, I gotta fly. See ya tomorrow, hopefully from a football game AAH!

Yours truleeeeeeeeeeeeeeey,


Friday, September 10, 2010

Whoopsies, how did that happen?

Uh, I guess I posted today! See, I started that last night, then had to go eat dinner, and I guess I forgot all about it! AUGH! I guess it got published by someone else! I WASN'T DONE!

Anyways, today we had to go to the hospital. No, I didn't put anyone on life support, you guys are so mean. Haha, no, I'm just kidding. (I'm not kidding about the part where I'm not putting anyone on life support) My mom's arm's been hurting her lately. Could everyone please pray it gets better? I hope it's not fractured or anything, hm.

The funny thing is, she did it while she was playing a Wii game. Some exercises thing, and she held her hand too high and banged her arm on the ceiling fan! Oh my indeedy. So, let's all hope that she feels okay because THE WEEKEND IS AHEAD OF US!

That's right it's Friday which means extra TV and staying up late in my house WOOHOO! I love the weekend because it is the end of the week and this Sunday is:

The first football game of the season!

Yep, this weekend, we go on over to Uncle Harry's and, well, you all know the thing about football games! They're fun, but you can't have fun without THE YOUTH HOGGING THE SPARE ROOM WITH THE TV oh such agony!

And, of course, this Sunday is another day in youth for me, so that means I have to be real quiet so I don't invite anyone to the game who shall remain nameless (Zach) who I don't want there. Oh, I gotta go! I'll post this now so it doesn't get neglected and posting without me finishing.

Yours true-and-continuously,


Thursday, September 9, 2010

Co-op (first day of new year)

We do this homeschool co-op called CHILL, and I'm not entirely sure what that stands for, but it's fun. I'm in the older kid's group, even though I'm not old enough until next year, but I'm doing Lateral (or something like that) thinking. Gotta go!

Wednesday, September 8, 2010


Omigosh, I can't take it I can't stop blogging because I MISS YOU GUYS and I know it's only been a few days but AUGH! I know I was being silly, but AUGH I need to post again because when life gets interesting and no one can hear about it then life goes on boringly and UH I have to get to the point before you all lose interest and go kill a pig or something!

Sorry. Let me get my focus back and post. I admit, that last post was a little loopy, and I thought that it wasn't that important to me, but I guess if I can get six comments and thirty-seven followers, then this ole thing must be worth reading to someone.

Okay. Why I am posting after my incredibly short break is because LIFE IS INTERESTING. On Saturday, we went to the Spencer fair. It was REALLY fun. We watched a bunch of shows, ate a wonderful bacon cheeseburger, ate Carmel corn, and five out of the six of us caught colds from sharing the same water bottle! Rock on things I would've learned in health class!

After the fair, we went to Howard's. The place with food and ice cream. I got this yummy candy bar thing, and that was it for Saturday. Oh, and then me and Aidan and Casey played Webkinz for a bit. The boys love it, so it's a new weekend thing. It's really cute, because they have music videos, and we all sing to them (when we know the words, of course!)

On Sunday was my first day in the middle school group at church. Remember last week was my graduation? Well, for the first part of the class, we were in worship with the adults and youth. After that, all the kids in my new group filed into the youth room. It's me, Ozzy, Ozzy's friend Brady, Liam, Yuri, Crysta, Zach, and Issac. No one knows Issac all that well. Well, we played this game where we all had to share one thing about ourselves. Mine was I play piano. Everyone thought I was the one my brother had dropped on my head. (Anthony dropped Zach off the couch, and frankly, who could blame him?)

After that, they had to fix the DVD player, leaving us a lot of time to talk. Most of it was Brady yelling at Yuri because everyone was talking and he could only hear Yuri. Then it was Zach talking to me, me telling him to stop talking, he whining, me telling him to stop whining, and by that time, they'd fixed the DVD player and we watched a weird drama about some pop star guy and this black lady. It was to represent that God wants to know us, not people we pretend to be, and not to try and look cool, because God wants to know YOU, not to see you being cool.

I know it sounds like a wash. It was okay, though. Trust me, the week before, we watched Veggie Tales in kid's church.

Yep, definitely an upgrade.

Yours truly-and-back,


Sunday, September 5, 2010

I guess no one's really all that interested anymore...

Okay, well, this is really awkward, but I'm done. I'm done. I don't think you guys like my blog all that much anymore, so I'm just gonna say it's been a real pleasure blogging with you guys. No one seems to read anymore, and I know that hasn't stopped me before, but I think I'm out of it. I'm not gonna delete this blog, but no one seems to care about me, so goodbye.

Yours truly (for good)



Friday, September 3, 2010

Remember Cassidy? I'm still alive, no worries

Nothing to report. School's started, making me abundantly busy with lessons and classes and things. I start rehearsals in October for the Grinch, I'm learning The Office theme song for piano, and Aidan's already in kindergarten, Casey's in preschool (God bless the teachers!), and I'm starting the seventh grade.

I know I haven't been catching up on any one's blogs lately. But remember, even though I'm busy, if there's something MAJOR important going on, contact me via comment. I'm always listening and love you guys!

Peace out, yours truly,